---- Well, ebooks are a good start. What's an ebook? Simply put, it's any book or booklet that's in a computer-readable format like the one seen on the Ten Dollar Time Bombs Review site. This can be plain text, PDF, Word doc, or even executable formats. (More on that later.) They're simple, and they need very little tech support. As long as you keep the info really useful or entertaining, and you don't over-hype it in your ad copy, refund requests are low.
An aspect of writing an ebook or a Ten Dollar Time Bombs Bonus package that most new authors don't consider is that they don't have to be 200 or 300 page books or epic sagas. They can be quite short, and still be well received. You see, ebooks are different from paper books in some very important ways. The biggest being that you don't see the bulk when you buy them. The goal in the case of "how to" ebooks is to teach the person "how to" as clearly as possible, in as little time as possible.
One of the ebooks that I read while learning this process, in ages long past, is called "Internet Cash Machines." It's about 28 pages in length, and sells all over the net for $14.95. It tells you, in very clear (if less detailed) terms how to do just what this book explains. The author, Allen Says, was talking from hard earned personal experience and used interviews with people he knew who had done the same thing. He says it took him about 6 hours to do the whole book. Quote: "It seemed to write itself." That little 28-page book sells hundreds of copies every day. At 50 cents a page. At that rate, your typical science fiction novel would cost around $150. And Allen doesn't have to pay printing, shipping, or agent's fees. Not to mention the hassles of going through a major publisher for tiny commissions.